Then move on to the limits section and try and understand this deeply. You could continue with khan academy and understand derivatives and integrals too. Don't move on to the more advanced stuff before you have a firm understanding of the basics.

Alternatively, you could try Jim Fowlers course here. And the move on to the calculus two course.

However, a combination of the two resources above would be ideal. Good luck!

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TopNewestYou have a couple of options:

Try khan academy precalculus to get your fundamentals about functions and precalculus right.

Then move on to the limits section and try and understand this deeply. You could continue with khan academy and understand derivatives and integrals too. Don't move on to the more advanced stuff before you have a firm understanding of the basics.

Alternatively, you could try Jim Fowlers course here. And the move on to the calculus two course.

However,

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Thank you! I'll try them both.

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you can log on to www.iixlmaths.com and chose your difficulty level there are some more interesting sites you can search for them as you have an internet connection

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Why not try the calculus courses on coursera???

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Yes, I also want becoz my calculus is weak.

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